Grateful Dead Live at Frost Amphitheatre on 1982-10-10
d1t01 Bill graham intro
d1t02 Minglewood Blues>
d1t04 Little Red Rooster
d1t05 Tennessee Jed
d2t01 Far From me
d2t02 Looks Like Rain>
d2t03 China Cat Sunflower>
d2t04 I Know You Rider
d2t05 Playing in the Band>
d2t06 Crazy Fingers>
d2t07 Lost Sailor>
d2t08 Saint of Circumstance>
d2t09 Touch of Grey>
d3t02 The Wheel>
d3t03 Throwing Stones>
d3t04 Not Fade Away>
d3t05 Black Peter>
d3t06 Sugar Magnolia
d3t08 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Frost AmphitheatreLocation Stanford , CASource See info fileLineage See info fileTaped by Rango KeshavanTransferred by Hunter Seamons
October 10, 2011
Great show & very good recording,
but this version has been superseded by recent Seamons upgrades, both 16 & 24 bit, that are tremendous. See other copies.
July 9, 2010
Sound quality & performance are superb
Although I am a late 80's head, my brother turned me on to the early 80's matrix recordings put together by Hunter Seamons. This is one of the crispest recordings to be found on the archive, and it highlights the creativity that Brent brought to the band.
The Cassidy jam is outrageous and the China/Rider, as was stated previously, was an absolute machine gun. (For those who want more machine gun, check out Rocco Prestia on the Tower of Power's "Out of Oakland." Bass, I know. But machine gun nonetheless.)
Playin' is one of the best I've heard and easily competes with some of the '88 and '89 masterpieces, particularly Oxford '88.
Altogether an unbelievable show. I envy anyone who attended.
May 31, 2008
A HUGE upgrade of this matrix now circulates. Almost all songs were re-synced. Hope you enjoy it.
March 1, 2008
that Jerry's guitar has a machine gun quality to it. This China-Rider is fantastic. Loser was very good too. On to the rest of the show...
March 1, 2008
I love the intro when the guy says "what the f*** are you doing- I'm taping this!" as he's picking up the mike! Little did he know...
January 28, 2008
The Loser and Looks Like Rain are explosive. Garcia's solos have that machine gun quality- real full tone with an edgy bite. Phil bombs away on China-Rider.